A passing train whistles, a car turn signal ticks, birds sing in the distance—North Carolina-based saxophonist, Serena Wiley, invites you to engage with the sounds that inspire her.    Listen to the story here:  https://soundcloud.com/cds-audio/saxophone-soundscapes

A passing train whistles, a car turn signal ticks, birds sing in the distance—North Carolina-based saxophonist, Serena Wiley, invites you to engage with the sounds that inspire her.

Listen to the story here: https://soundcloud.com/cds-audio/saxophone-soundscapes

 K. has been painted green and blue for a high school art project.

K. has been painted green and blue for a high school art project.

 A. returns from the Milky Way at the edge of town - a composite photograph

A. returns from the Milky Way at the edge of town - a composite photograph

 Everything found on a half hour walk after a torrential rainstorm.

Everything found on a half hour walk after a torrential rainstorm.

 Days away from turning 15, A. takes a break to play bass between his Eagle Scout Court and his driver’s permit test.

Days away from turning 15, A. takes a break to play bass between his Eagle Scout Court and his driver’s permit test.

 L. rinses off in a small waterfall along an unmarked trail in Oregon.

L. rinses off in a small waterfall along an unmarked trail in Oregon.

 A whale dives as the mist clears in southeast Alaska.

A whale dives as the mist clears in southeast Alaska.

 Outside of the United States Botanic Garden in Washington D.C., J. dances during a break in the rain.

Outside of the United States Botanic Garden in Washington D.C., J. dances during a break in the rain.

 The largest urban bat colony in North America lives under the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas.  Every night at sunset from March to November, 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats fly out for their nightly hunt.  The form clouds that loop and whirl around the skyscrapers, searching for insects all night long until they return to their hidden home under the bridge just before sunrise.

The largest urban bat colony in North America lives under the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas. Every night at sunset from March to November, 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats fly out for their nightly hunt. The form clouds that loop and whirl around the skyscrapers, searching for insects all night long until they return to their hidden home under the bridge just before sunrise.

 On a rainy summer day at Washington D.C.’s Malcolm X/Meridian Hill Park drum circle, one man accompanies the drummers on a wooden flute.

On a rainy summer day at Washington D.C.’s Malcolm X/Meridian Hill Park drum circle, one man accompanies the drummers on a wooden flute.

 S., an Oregon-based artist, holds up her latest find.

S., an Oregon-based artist, holds up her latest find.

 Ravens in a snowstorm, Sitka 2015

Ravens in a snowstorm, Sitka 2015

 M., mid-back flip

M., mid-back flip

 After a long day of gardening, P. watches a storm come in from his North Carolina porch.

After a long day of gardening, P. watches a storm come in from his North Carolina porch.

Alaska Public Media // Audio
Alaska Public Media // Audio

While hiking in the mountains in Alaska in late summer 2015, I found a wallet in a fresh rockslide. I was able to track down the owner—he had dropped his wallet near the trail 40 years earlier.

Read and listen to the story here: www.alaskapublic.org/2015/12/11/ak-in-a-wallet-missing-40-years-sitkan/

 Dancing in the sky - a composite photograph

Dancing in the sky - a composite photograph

 F., wearing a mask to give herself two faces, does a drop on aerial silks

F., wearing a mask to give herself two faces, does a drop on aerial silks

 A praying mantis creeps across the sweet potato vines.

A praying mantis creeps across the sweet potato vines.

 After 30 years of working in aquaculture, Lon Garrison shifts to a career in education.  Listen to the profile here:  www.kcaw.org/2015/09/14/fish-biologist-spawns-new-career-in-education/ .

After 30 years of working in aquaculture, Lon Garrison shifts to a career in education.

Listen to the profile here: www.kcaw.org/2015/09/14/fish-biologist-spawns-new-career-in-education/.

 D., in a film photo developed by dipping my fingers in developer

D., in a film photo developed by dipping my fingers in developer

 D. and S. in the hills above town

D. and S. in the hills above town

 J. dances in the wind in Cherry Hill Park

J. dances in the wind in Cherry Hill Park

 Central Oregon trees stripped from the 2012 Pole Creek Fire

Central Oregon trees stripped from the 2012 Pole Creek Fire

 J. runs up the ridge just before sunset

J. runs up the ridge just before sunset

 A self portrait of memory: I came to photography because of Oma, who began photographing in the 1930s in Europe and later worked testing early color film.

A self portrait of memory: I came to photography because of Oma, who began photographing in the 1930s in Europe and later worked testing early color film.

 Texas A&M University students protest the arrival of white supremacist Richard Spencer

Texas A&M University students protest the arrival of white supremacist Richard Spencer

 Educators prepare to gather samples for an in-class demonstration in southeast Alaska

Educators prepare to gather samples for an in-class demonstration in southeast Alaska

 I., somewhere between breaststroke and underwater prayer

I., somewhere between breaststroke and underwater prayer

 Matter of Fact, a radio module playing on Sitka, Alaska’s Raven Radio, is a unique collaboration between the Sitka Sound Science Center and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Matter of Fact features Sitka Native Education Program’s Chuck Miller giving listeners the English and Tlingit name for some of the the fascinating animals that live in and around Sitka, followed by the Science Center’s Chantal Cough-Schulze and Andrea Pitz telling listeners interesting facts about those animals.    Listen to Chuck Miller’s Tlingit translations of Sitka animal names:  www.sitkascience.org/alpha/education/science-outreach/matter-of-fact/ .

Matter of Fact, a radio module playing on Sitka, Alaska’s Raven Radio, is a unique collaboration between the Sitka Sound Science Center and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Matter of Fact features Sitka Native Education Program’s Chuck Miller giving listeners the English and Tlingit name for some of the the fascinating animals that live in and around Sitka, followed by the Science Center’s Chantal Cough-Schulze and Andrea Pitz telling listeners interesting facts about those animals.

Listen to Chuck Miller’s Tlingit translations of Sitka animal names: www.sitkascience.org/alpha/education/science-outreach/matter-of-fact/.

 The lifetime of a bell pepper, from my garden to my gumbo.

The lifetime of a bell pepper, from my garden to my gumbo.

 Dresden, Germany, old and new, in early summer

Dresden, Germany, old and new, in early summer

 F. and C. dance together on aerial silks

F. and C. dance together on aerial silks

 A hummingbird fluffs itself up in the chill following an October rainstorm in Oregon

A hummingbird fluffs itself up in the chill following an October rainstorm in Oregon

 S. in her natural habitat

S. in her natural habitat

 S., covered in paper cranes.

S., covered in paper cranes.

 BMXers practice along the Thames Embankment in London.

BMXers practice along the Thames Embankment in London.

 Children play on the beach in Sitka on the summer solstice

Children play on the beach in Sitka on the summer solstice

 Old and older face each other in Dresden, Germany

Old and older face each other in Dresden, Germany

 A young lion cub and an African grey parrot greet each other near Gobabis, Namibia

A young lion cub and an African grey parrot greet each other near Gobabis, Namibia

 L. on a sunny day spent exploring in the hills

L. on a sunny day spent exploring in the hills

 M. on ukulele late in the evening

M. on ukulele late in the evening

 Seagulls gather in the harbor in herring season in Sitka, Alaska

Seagulls gather in the harbor in herring season in Sitka, Alaska

 A Texas spotted whiptail pauses in the underbrush

A Texas spotted whiptail pauses in the underbrush

 N. dries his shoes and reads by the fire after jumping into the ocean in southeast Alaska

N. dries his shoes and reads by the fire after jumping into the ocean in southeast Alaska

 M. and other beings

M. and other beings

 A fiery sun sets over Hillsborough, North Carolina

A fiery sun sets over Hillsborough, North Carolina

 Just a few weeks before I. was born, J. stretches in the afternoon light

Just a few weeks before I. was born, J. stretches in the afternoon light

 P. gives a very direct look

P. gives a very direct look

 A small plane flies over the Columbia River Gorge at sunset

A small plane flies over the Columbia River Gorge at sunset

 Dancers pause for effect during a contact improv show

Dancers pause for effect during a contact improv show

 Power lines stretch out across Lake Pontchartrain

Power lines stretch out across Lake Pontchartrain

DSC_0635-Pano (2017_12_11 22_07_45 UTC).jpg
 J. pauses in a tunnel in the Great Smoky Mountains

J. pauses in a tunnel in the Great Smoky Mountains

 Read the article at  https://issuu.com/tamuvetmed/docs/cvmtodayspring2019issuu/44 .
 Listen to the story at  http://blog.theaga.org/well-behaved-cicadas-messy-symbionts-an-audio-story-about-cicada-mitochondrial-genomes/ .
 A passing train whistles, a car turn signal ticks, birds sing in the distance—North Carolina-based saxophonist, Serena Wiley, invites you to engage with the sounds that inspire her.    Listen to the story here:  https://soundcloud.com/cds-audio/saxophone-soundscapes
 K. has been painted green and blue for a high school art project.
 A. returns from the Milky Way at the edge of town - a composite photograph
 Everything found on a half hour walk after a torrential rainstorm.
 Days away from turning 15, A. takes a break to play bass between his Eagle Scout Court and his driver’s permit test.
 L. rinses off in a small waterfall along an unmarked trail in Oregon.
 A whale dives as the mist clears in southeast Alaska.
 Read the article at  https://issuu.com/tamuvetmed/docs/cvmtodayspring2019issuu/40
 Read the article:  http://vetmed.tamu.edu/news/for-deans-corner/february-2019/cvm's-chiu-creates-cardiac-model-for-testing-drugs'-effect-on-long-qt-syndrome
 Outside of the United States Botanic Garden in Washington D.C., J. dances during a break in the rain.
 The largest urban bat colony in North America lives under the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas.  Every night at sunset from March to November, 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats fly out for their nightly hunt.  The form clouds that loop and whirl around the skyscrapers, searching for insects all night long until they return to their hidden home under the bridge just before sunrise.
 On a rainy summer day at Washington D.C.’s Malcolm X/Meridian Hill Park drum circle, one man accompanies the drummers on a wooden flute.
 S., an Oregon-based artist, holds up her latest find.
 Read the story here:  https://www.csescienceeditor.org/article/from-discovery-through-communication-to-application-more-highlights-of-the-2018-aaas-annual-meeting/
 Ravens in a snowstorm, Sitka 2015
 M., mid-back flip
 After a long day of gardening, P. watches a storm come in from his North Carolina porch.
Alaska Public Media // Audio
 Dancing in the sky - a composite photograph
 F., wearing a mask to give herself two faces, does a drop on aerial silks
 A praying mantis creeps across the sweet potato vines.
 After 30 years of working in aquaculture, Lon Garrison shifts to a career in education.  Listen to the profile here:  www.kcaw.org/2015/09/14/fish-biologist-spawns-new-career-in-education/ .
 D., in a film photo developed by dipping my fingers in developer
 D. and S. in the hills above town
 J. dances in the wind in Cherry Hill Park
 Central Oregon trees stripped from the 2012 Pole Creek Fire
 J. runs up the ridge just before sunset
 A self portrait of memory: I came to photography because of Oma, who began photographing in the 1930s in Europe and later worked testing early color film.
 Texas A&M University students protest the arrival of white supremacist Richard Spencer
 Educators prepare to gather samples for an in-class demonstration in southeast Alaska
 I., somewhere between breaststroke and underwater prayer
 Matter of Fact, a radio module playing on Sitka, Alaska’s Raven Radio, is a unique collaboration between the Sitka Sound Science Center and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Matter of Fact features Sitka Native Education Program’s Chuck Miller giving listeners the English and Tlingit name for some of the the fascinating animals that live in and around Sitka, followed by the Science Center’s Chantal Cough-Schulze and Andrea Pitz telling listeners interesting facts about those animals.    Listen to Chuck Miller’s Tlingit translations of Sitka animal names:  www.sitkascience.org/alpha/education/science-outreach/matter-of-fact/ .
 The lifetime of a bell pepper, from my garden to my gumbo.
 Dresden, Germany, old and new, in early summer
 F. and C. dance together on aerial silks
 A hummingbird fluffs itself up in the chill following an October rainstorm in Oregon
 S. in her natural habitat
 S., covered in paper cranes.
 BMXers practice along the Thames Embankment in London.
 Children play on the beach in Sitka on the summer solstice
 Old and older face each other in Dresden, Germany
 A young lion cub and an African grey parrot greet each other near Gobabis, Namibia
 L. on a sunny day spent exploring in the hills
 M. on ukulele late in the evening
 Seagulls gather in the harbor in herring season in Sitka, Alaska
 A Texas spotted whiptail pauses in the underbrush
 N. dries his shoes and reads by the fire after jumping into the ocean in southeast Alaska
 M. and other beings
 A fiery sun sets over Hillsborough, North Carolina
 Just a few weeks before I. was born, J. stretches in the afternoon light
 P. gives a very direct look
 A small plane flies over the Columbia River Gorge at sunset
 Dancers pause for effect during a contact improv show
 Power lines stretch out across Lake Pontchartrain
DSC_0635-Pano (2017_12_11 22_07_45 UTC).jpg
 J. pauses in a tunnel in the Great Smoky Mountains

A passing train whistles, a car turn signal ticks, birds sing in the distance—North Carolina-based saxophonist, Serena Wiley, invites you to engage with the sounds that inspire her.

Listen to the story here: https://soundcloud.com/cds-audio/saxophone-soundscapes

K. has been painted green and blue for a high school art project.

A. returns from the Milky Way at the edge of town - a composite photograph

Everything found on a half hour walk after a torrential rainstorm.

Days away from turning 15, A. takes a break to play bass between his Eagle Scout Court and his driver’s permit test.

L. rinses off in a small waterfall along an unmarked trail in Oregon.

A whale dives as the mist clears in southeast Alaska.

Outside of the United States Botanic Garden in Washington D.C., J. dances during a break in the rain.

The largest urban bat colony in North America lives under the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas. Every night at sunset from March to November, 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats fly out for their nightly hunt. The form clouds that loop and whirl around the skyscrapers, searching for insects all night long until they return to their hidden home under the bridge just before sunrise.

On a rainy summer day at Washington D.C.’s Malcolm X/Meridian Hill Park drum circle, one man accompanies the drummers on a wooden flute.

S., an Oregon-based artist, holds up her latest find.

Ravens in a snowstorm, Sitka 2015

M., mid-back flip

After a long day of gardening, P. watches a storm come in from his North Carolina porch.

Alaska Public Media // Audio

While hiking in the mountains in Alaska in late summer 2015, I found a wallet in a fresh rockslide. I was able to track down the owner—he had dropped his wallet near the trail 40 years earlier.

Read and listen to the story here: www.alaskapublic.org/2015/12/11/ak-in-a-wallet-missing-40-years-sitkan/

Dancing in the sky - a composite photograph

F., wearing a mask to give herself two faces, does a drop on aerial silks

A praying mantis creeps across the sweet potato vines.

After 30 years of working in aquaculture, Lon Garrison shifts to a career in education.

Listen to the profile here: www.kcaw.org/2015/09/14/fish-biologist-spawns-new-career-in-education/.

D., in a film photo developed by dipping my fingers in developer

D. and S. in the hills above town

J. dances in the wind in Cherry Hill Park

Central Oregon trees stripped from the 2012 Pole Creek Fire

J. runs up the ridge just before sunset

A self portrait of memory: I came to photography because of Oma, who began photographing in the 1930s in Europe and later worked testing early color film.

Texas A&M University students protest the arrival of white supremacist Richard Spencer

Educators prepare to gather samples for an in-class demonstration in southeast Alaska

I., somewhere between breaststroke and underwater prayer

Matter of Fact, a radio module playing on Sitka, Alaska’s Raven Radio, is a unique collaboration between the Sitka Sound Science Center and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska. Matter of Fact features Sitka Native Education Program’s Chuck Miller giving listeners the English and Tlingit name for some of the the fascinating animals that live in and around Sitka, followed by the Science Center’s Chantal Cough-Schulze and Andrea Pitz telling listeners interesting facts about those animals.

Listen to Chuck Miller’s Tlingit translations of Sitka animal names: www.sitkascience.org/alpha/education/science-outreach/matter-of-fact/.

The lifetime of a bell pepper, from my garden to my gumbo.

Dresden, Germany, old and new, in early summer

F. and C. dance together on aerial silks

A hummingbird fluffs itself up in the chill following an October rainstorm in Oregon

S. in her natural habitat

S., covered in paper cranes.

BMXers practice along the Thames Embankment in London.

Children play on the beach in Sitka on the summer solstice

Old and older face each other in Dresden, Germany

A young lion cub and an African grey parrot greet each other near Gobabis, Namibia

L. on a sunny day spent exploring in the hills

M. on ukulele late in the evening

Seagulls gather in the harbor in herring season in Sitka, Alaska

A Texas spotted whiptail pauses in the underbrush

N. dries his shoes and reads by the fire after jumping into the ocean in southeast Alaska

M. and other beings

A fiery sun sets over Hillsborough, North Carolina

Just a few weeks before I. was born, J. stretches in the afternoon light

P. gives a very direct look

A small plane flies over the Columbia River Gorge at sunset

Dancers pause for effect during a contact improv show

Power lines stretch out across Lake Pontchartrain

J. pauses in a tunnel in the Great Smoky Mountains

show thumbnails